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Girls name help!

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OhTheDrama Fri 28-Nov-14 22:09:23

I am 28 weeks with DC3. We have a boys name picked but have absolutely no clue for a girls name. We want something that is ideally not in the top 100 or pretty low down if it is. We have a shortlist but I'm not loving anything if I'm honest! Here is what we like and agree on so far-


Any opinions? Any other ideas?

MrsHathaway Fri 28-Nov-14 22:18:16

Guinevere nn Jenny
Susannah nn Sukey

rembrandtsrockchick Fri 28-Nov-14 22:23:56

Tabitha. favorite!

manicinsomniac Fri 28-Nov-14 23:58:36

Eloise - quite like it
Elodie - like it
Corinne - not keen
Carla - it's ok. Much prefer Clara and Cara
Genevieve - love it
Meabh - is this said like Maeve? Quite like it if so
Aoife - really like it

From your list I'd go with Genevieve

Other ideas:
Avril, Ava, Arianne, Antoinette, Aimee, Aisling, Ailsa, Angharad, Angelina, Aurora, Bronte, Brodie, Bronwen, Bridget, Bryony, Caoimhe, Caitlyn, Cora, Coralie, Constance, Ciara, Demi, Delphine, Emilia, Emmeline, Elina, Elianne, Effie, Eilidh, Elowen, Elise, Esme, Fleur, Francine, Ffion, Fionnhuala, Giselle, Geraldine, Georgette, Halle, Isabelle, Jacqueline, Kayleigh, Lillian, Lucille, Laurel, Loretta, Leonie, Lorelai, Larissa, Marie, Madeleine, Mabel, Marianne, Nicole, Niamh, Nesta, Orlaith, Ottilie, Peronelle, Rhiannon, Rhiannyd, Rosa, Rowena, Romilly, Seren, Sabine, Serena, Selina, Shannon, Saffron, Therese, Tegan, Vivienne

babyblabber Sat 29-Nov-14 08:21:23

Love elodie & Eloise, we had them on our list but think they'd get shortened to Elle or Ellie which I don't like.

I know sisters called Maeve & Aoife! Much prefer this spelling of maeve.

bluewisteria Sat 29-Nov-14 20:38:30

Macushla? Gallic origins too. A beautiful song sung by tenor John McCormac (Rufus Wainwright version terrible).

florascotia Sat 29-Nov-14 21:12:28

Macushla isn't usually used as a name, it's an English version of a Gaelic endearment, combining the words for 'my' and 'pulse'. Poetically, it means 'my dearest' or 'my darling'.

More here:

The original song is lovely.

bluewisteria Sat 29-Nov-14 21:27:23

Oh I'm pretty sure it is used quite commonly in Ireland. And it is our eldest daughter's name! Although we live in England. We generally call her 'Mac' though.

florascotia Sat 29-Nov-14 22:08:00

Very, very romantic to be named after a love song!

BlueChampagne Sat 29-Nov-14 22:52:10

Like Eloise. How about Corinna instead of Corinne?

How about Kerenza, Demelza or Tamara?

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